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justin cater

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Constructors or Static Factory Methods? Posted: Nov 15, 2017 10:10 AM
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I believe Joshua Bloch said it first in his very good book “Effective Java”: static factory methods are the preferred way to instantiate objects compared with constructors. I disagree. Not only because I believe that static methods are pure evil, but mostly because in this particular case they pretend to be good and make us ...

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